Christmas season is near, and the search for the centre piece of the holiday season that is the Christmas Tree is now on. Recent trends show that so-called fake Christmas Trees, or Artificial trees, have proven increasingly popular, and with good reason.
Lightweight, cost-effective, and with a longevity of over 6 years plus, buying an Artificial Christmas Tree this Christmas is the right way to go. Moreover, our collective responsibility to the ecosystem should compel us all to invest in Artificial Christmas Trees, so as to ensure the safe keeping of our natural forests.
The Carrington Fir Slim is just one example of how realistic Artificial Christmas Tree can be. Based on the Rocky Mountain Fir, the Carrington boasts strong, robust branches and crush-resistant tips. It is more than capable of supporting larger and heavier Christmas Ornaments.
Standing at 7ft (210cm) the Carrington Tree is a great one for commercial outlets to choose. Ideal for placing in lobbies, reception areas, education centres and those spacious bars and restaurants, the Carrington Fir Tree is fire-proof, and so ensures the safety of venue patrons.